18 Jun

What does GIA Certificate mean?

Before you buy that pricey engagement ring, necklace or bracelet, you may want to ensure that its quality is verified. This verification needs to be done in an objective 3rd party laboratory which describes the diamond based on its primary characteristics. This means you will receive a lab certificate or report describing what is known as the 4 Cs of diamond grading, i.e. clarity, cut, color and carat, as well as other relevant characteristics.

There’re various certifications and standards developed to evaluate the quality and characteristics of a diamond, but the most important one is the GIA certification.

 


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08 Jun

9 Most Popular Diamond Shapes And Cuts

There is a good reason why diamonds are the undisputed champions in the world of gems and precious stones. Their clarity and shiny allure make them truly mesmerizing and the perfect accessory to any fashion ensemble.

When it comes to diamond aesthetics, one of the most important factors to consider is the cut. The shape might seem inconsequential but it is honestly what carries the gem’s message. It could be a simple round cut pair of earrings portraying elegance and class. Or maybe it is a statement sharp-edged cut on a ring for a sassier and bolder feel.


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15 May

For the love of rings

If you are reading this you have probably reached a point in your life where you are ready to settle down. You’ve finally found Mr. or Ms. Right and you just want to put a ring on it right away. However, ring shopping is not as easy as most would like to believe. It doesn’t matter whether you have had your dream ring design in mind since you were a kid or you don’t know the difference between an engagement ring and a wedding ring.
Below is a comprehensive guide on all ring shopping things to help you. That way whether it is a surprise engagement for your beau or a set of wedding bands for the big day, you will make the right decision.


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12 Apr

Tips to buy a diamond

Buying a piece of loose diamond, whether for an engagement ring, earrings, or any other form of jewelry, can be quite challenging. It is often hard, especially for an untrained eye, to tell the difference between one piece and the other, let alone understand why one is $1000 and the other is $10,000. It can, therefore, get very frustrating. Well, worry not. Below is a simple guide on features you need to look at in order to buy a diamond that perfectly suits your need and at
the right price.


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